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W7006A
Home Controller
Gateway

User Guide

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   Summary of Contents for Honeywell W7006A

  • Page 1: User Guide

    W7006A Home Controller Gateway User Guide www.honeywell.com/yourhome/...
  • Page 2 69-1321-2 Software License Advisory This document supports software that is proprietary to Honeywell Inc. and/or to third- party software vendors. Before software delivery, the end user must execute a software license agreement that governs software use. Software license agreement provisions include limiting use of the software to equipment furnished, limiting copying, preserving confidentiality, and prohibiting transfer to a third party.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS About this Guide ...........................1 Who Should Use This Guide ................1 Product Safety ....................1 Getting Started ...........................3 Overview ...........................4 Using the Web Interface ..................4 Logging On and Off ..................6 Using the Wall Panel System User Interface............7 Using the Telephone ..................8 HOME &...
  • Page 4 Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x 69-1321-2...
  • Page 5: About This Guide

    Home Controller tasks. For related information (primarily for installers), refer to the installation instructions for the Home & Away System connectivity products: W7006A Home Controller Gateway, T8635L Thermostat, and S7340A System User Interface (SUI).
  • Page 6 Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x 69-1321-1...
  • Page 7: Getting Started

    GWC308S Web Camera Installation Instructions (69-1560) For related information (primarily for installers) refer to the installation instructions for the W7006A Home Controller Gateway, T8635L Thermostat, and S7340A System User Interface (SUI). Set-up your browser and computer for optimal Home & Away Web performance.
  • Page 8: Overview

    Product Release Version 3.x.x OVERVIEW The Honeywell Home & Away System gives you a new level of comfort and convenience by letting you control and monitor security, lighting, Web camera, appliances, and thermostats from control panels within your home or by several remote methods, including a personal computer with Internet access and the telephone.
  • Page 9 Home Controller Gateway User Guide Support controls are located in the upper-right corner of the page: The Honeywell button links you to a Web page to learn more about the Home & Away System, and receive advice from our home experts.
  • Page 10: Logging On And Off

    After you log in, you can save the address to your Bookmarks or Favorites file. Logging in remotely: 1. Type myhome.honeywell.com in the Address or Location box at the top of your browser and press Enter. The public Honeywell Home Controller Gateway page is displayed.
  • Page 11: Using The Wall Panel System User Interface

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide Using the Wall Panel System User Interface The Wall Panel System User Interface (SUI) is a small, wall-mounted control panel installed in a convenient location—probably away from your personal computer with its Web Interface.
  • Page 12: Using The Telephone

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x Using the Telephone The telephone interface works like banking or other transaction systems you may be familiar with. To set the Home & Away options by telephone while away from home, dial your home phone number.
  • Page 13: Home & Away System Tasks

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide HOME & AWAY SYSTEM TASKS This section describes each task you can perform with the Home Controller, then tells you how to use each interface to accomplish the task. Table 4 is an overview of the tasks you can perform from each interface.
  • Page 14: Checking Current House Status

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x Checking Current House Status The Web, Wall Panel SUI, and telephone all provide limited status information as soon as you begin using the interfaces. For example, you can determine the current Security State, the last Lifestyle mode activated, which Schedule is active, and the current temperature reading at the thermostat.
  • Page 15: Arming And Disarming Security

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide Arming and Disarming Security The Web, phone, and Wall Panel SUI interfaces let you change the security state immediately. You can choose from among all available security states, just as you would use the security keypad.
  • Page 16: Setting Lights And Appliances From The Web

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x Setting Lights and Appliances from the Web You can change the brightness of individual lights and turn appliances off and on from the MyHome Portal. To display status information for lights and appliances: Click the Device Control navigation button on the Home page, then click the Lights or Appliances option on the Device Control page.
  • Page 17: Setting Thermostats

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide Setting Thermostats You can control thermostat temperature, system mode (heating, cooling, automatic, or off), or fan mode (continuous On or Auto), from the thermostat, the SUI, the telephone, and the Web interface. The thermostat and Web interfaces allow you to specifically set both a cool-mode temperature setting and a heat-mode temperature setting.
  • Page 18: Telephone

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x 2. Press the button next to the system mode option until the correct mode setting is displayed. 3. Press OK to save the change (press Back to cancel the change). To change fan mode: 1.
  • Page 19: Defining Lifestyles

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide Can event can be Event type programmed in a Group? Thermostat system settings Thermostat fan settings Thermostat temperature settings Security Settings Appliance settings Light settings After you define Lifestyles, you can activate them manually from the Home & Away System Controller interfaces.
  • Page 20: Activating Lifestyles

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x Activating Lifestyles After you define at least one Lifestyle, you can use the Web, Phone, or Wall Panel SUI interfaces to activate the Lifestyle. You can activate Lifestyles manually from the Home Page (or you can include them as events in a Schedule, see Scheduled Control procedures below).
  • Page 21: Defining Schedules

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide operates until it is turned off or a different Schedule is activated (rather than running only on specific days). A note about scheduling conflicts: When many events are programmed for a Schedule, it is possible to have conflicting events.
  • Page 22: Activating Scheduled Controls

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x Click the Delete button. Home Controller displays a message confirming your selections. Click OK to complete the deletion. To change an event: a. Delete the event you wish to change. b. Then follow the Add procedure above to re-enter the event with new settings. When you have completed all schedule changes, click Done Editing to return to the schedule view.
  • Page 23: Configuring Home & Away System Controller Gateway

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide CONFIGURING HOME & AWAY SYSTEM CONTROLLER GATEWAY DEFAULT SETTINGS All default system settings are controlled from your MyHome Portal Web site. The System Configuration page of Home Controller Web site allows you to change settings: Date and time.
  • Page 24: Configuring Lights And Appliances

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x Select confirmation action: To select whether the Controller displays confirmation messages, click the yes or no option under Show a confirmation when activating any Lifestyle or Schedule. Configuring Lights and Appliances Changing a light or appliance name: Your Home &...
  • Page 25: Configuring Security-lifestyle Associations

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide Both codes must be four digits, using only the numerals 0–9. You may use the same four digits for both the security user code and the remote access code. If you forget either password (security user code or your remote access code) call your system installer.
  • Page 26: Configuring Thermostat Periods

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x If you do not have an answering machine or answering service, set the number-of- rings-before-pick-up to a number that is greater than the number of rings it usually takes you to answer the phone. For example, if you normally pick up the phone on the second ring, the Home &...
  • Page 27: Troubleshooting

    Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide TROUBLESHOOTING The thermostat heat and cool settings I set are Immediately changed by the system: The cool-mode temperature setting must be 3• higher than the heat-mode temperature setting. If the heat and cool mode temperature settings are within 3• of one another, the temperature settings will automatically be adjusted to maintain the 3•...
  • Page 28: Security Conflicts

    Home Controller Gateway User Guide Product Release Version 3.x.x Security Conflicts About not-ready zones: If any zones are not ready when you try to arm the system, you will receive an error message. Your home can be armed from the Web, phone, and Wall Panel SUI only if all zones are ready for arming.
  • Page 29: Important Home & Away System Configuration Information

    IMPORTANT HOME & AWAY SYSTEM CONFIGURATION INFORMATION The following information is important for you to keep with your records. If you encounter any problems with your Home & Away System, Honeywell Technical Support may request the information below to help identify and test your system.
  • Page 30: Limited One-year Warranty

    Golden Valley, MN 55422 This warranty does not cover removal or reinstallation costs. This warranty shall not apply if it is shown by Honeywell that the defect or malfunction was caused by damage, which occurred while the product was in the possession of a consumer.
  • Page 31 Product Release Version 3.x.x. Home Controller Gateway User Guide 69-1321-2...
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